Art & Sustainability
There is an endless tide of flotsam
my mission is to
Empower & Engage and to Connect & Inspire
children around the world towards a better planet and a flourishing environment for the future
Through sculptural art & sustainability workshops
explore the affect & effect of waste and deliver educational programs
CREATING SOMETHING FROM NOTHING
Through creativity in schools, libraries, holiday programs and communities
from young children to young adults
for more info email CarolynCardinet@gmail.com
REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE -
REPURPOSE - REPAIR -
I believe that educating Youth on waste
has the power to break
the cycle of Plastic Over Consumerism
Photos from past Workshops
Thank you Carolyn very much for sharing your extraordinary creativity with the students and staff at our school. I know through your art and passion you have inspired them to make a difference for their future. Jacqui R. Newstead Primary.
I want to say thank you for sharing the expertise of your residence artist Carolyn Cardinet. We enjoyed the wealth of enthusiasm, creativity and knowledge Carolyn has around sustainability and the many things she collects and shares. The weaving looks amazing and the Year 1s loved the unit with many going home to share information about sustainability with their parents. Anna A. MLC Junior school.
Thank you for coming and work with our tiny toddlers on this collaborative installation
for our foyer space entrance. Each child enjoyed learning about plastic and how to make beautiful and elaborate birds nest with paper and plastic waste to be included in the hanging ceiling space.
Sarah D. Ruyton early learning center.
Thank you for the impact you have left on the class:
“Plastic is in the sea and won’t go away.” Harper
“I think people will think we have a problem when they look at it.” Evie
“You should use it [reuse plastic] to make something like the wave.” Lachlan
“It makes me think of all the rubbish in the sea and how we should pick any up if we see it.” Jasmine
“It makes me think of all the plastic that is in the sea.” Naomi
“It makes me think of making other things out of plastic.” Alex
“It makes me feel good because it reminds me to clean up the plastic and sort out for the rubbish bin.”
The Great Wave a homage to the great Japanese artist Hokusai made with found and collected plastic objects with 4-5 years old Kindles children.
The finished work hanging proudly on the wall of the Elwood Primary School - 'Under the Bay'- July 2021